One of a Set of Twelve chairs designed by the Greenes for the dining room of the Robert Blacker House and made in the workshop of Peter Hall, Pasadena California.

Side chair, c. 1907

This chair was made as part of a dining room set for the Robert R. Blacker House in Pasadena, California, one of the most comprehensive commissions completed by Charles and Henry Greene in 1907. The firm not only designed the large, Japanese-style house, but all of the inlaid furniture and other decorative accessories, including stained glass and lighting fixtures.

Details
Title
Side chair
Artist Life
1870 - 1954
Role
Manufacturer
Accession Number
83.1
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One of a Set of Twelve chairs designed by the Greenes for the dining room of the Robert Blacker House and made in the workshop of Peter Hall, Pasadena California.